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Is It Time to Get into Crash Positions, Or Will The Market Just Enter A Glide Path Rather Than A Tailspin

Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds Is It Time to Get into Crash Positions? Maybe this flight won't go into a tailspin; perhaps it simply runs out of fuel.With stock markets diving around the globe, a pressing questionShow More Summary

Newswire: Patrick Stewart confirms he’ll be in Wolverine 3, just like he said he might

Like some kind of thespian Babe Ruth, Patrick Stewart called his role in the next Wolverine movie before even Hugh Jackman had definitely come on board (with luggage). Okay, so he didn’t know for sure that Charles Xavier would make an appearance when he said he’d probably appear in the film, but he can’t see the future. Show More Summary

Sean Hannity: Warren May Run for President – “All We Need Is Another Communist” (VIDEO)

Sean Hannity was joined by author Hugh Hewitt and Washington Times columnist Charles Hurt tonight on his show to discuss... The post Sean Hannity: Warren May Run for President – “All We Need Is Another Communist” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Charles Hugh Smith - When Capitalism Turns to Cannibalism

``The Washington Post published a study that found U.S. businesses are being destroyed faster than they're being created. While not exactly a surprise, this is sobering evidence that small enterprise is in structural decline... The 22.4...Show More Summary

10 Great Mutants The X-Men Franchise Got Wrong

Over its 15-plus year history, the X-Men films have introduced a diverse lineup of mutants, both good and evil. Many have been well-received overall, like Patrick Stewart's Charles Xavier and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. However, not everyone has gotten such positive treatment. Show More Summary

Charles Hugh Smith: If Your BS Detector Isn't Shrieking, It's Broken

``An essential component of the American ethos is: don't be a chump. Don't fall for the con. And if you do, it's your own fault... We now inhabit a world where virtually everything is a con....''

Franck Petricola: Isle of Man TT Event Claims Life Of French Rider

An Isle of Man TT racing event claimed the life of Franck Petricola, a French rider, on Wednesday. This marks the second death on the island since practices started. Charles Hughes, 60, a rider who was visiting the island as a spectator,...Show More Summary

Rich Middle Class, Poor Middle Class

Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds Rich Middle Class, Poor Middle Class This great generational injustice is the direct consequence of central banks lowering interest rates to zero and inflating asset bubbles. How canShow More Summary

The U.S. Economy Slows To Stall Speed

Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds The U.S. Economy Slows To Stall Speed This long-term weakening of the economy is the direct result of financialization and the Federal Reserve's policy of propping up impaired debt with more debt and constantly bringing demand forward with zero interest rates. Show More Summary

Maine’s Recommitment to Work Requirements

Charles Hughes Last week, the Associated Press reported that more than 9,000 food stamp recipients in Maine have been removed from the program because they failed to comply with the program’s work requirements. These requirements themselves...Show More Summary

Is Hugh Jackman done playing Wolverine?

Because it sure sounds like it.       Related Stories Angelina Jolie looks gloriously happy, healthy after cancer news Happy Birthday, 'Grey's Anatomy!' Shonda's first show turns 10 Aw! Prince Charles gets adorably photobombed by Prince George pic  

Complacency Reigns Supreme - "Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong", Right

Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds Complacency Reigns Supreme--Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, Right? One of the more remarkable features of the Bull market in stocks is the ascendancy of complacency and the banishing of fear. Show More Summary

Why Jerry Hughes Could Be Biggest Signing of a Busy Buffalo Bills Offseason

The Buffalo Bills have done a thing or two this offseason. They traded for running back LeSean McCoy. They signed offensive lineman Richie Incognito, wide receiver Percy Harvin and tight end Charles Clay. They added quarterback Matt Cassel. But perhaps none of those moves were as significant as Buffalo's re-signing of defensive end Jerry Hughes. Show More Summary

Australia Could Show a Way Forward on Welfare Reform

Charles Hughes As previous Cato work has shown, our current welfare system fails us in a number of ways. It is both overly complex and inefficient: over 100 different programs spend roughly $1 trillion each year yet do relatively little to actually lift people out of poverty. Show More Summary

Government Sends Wrong Tax Form to Nearly One Million Obamacare Enrollees

Charles Hughes Fresh off another victory lap last week, Obamacare supporters awoke last Friday to the news that the government had given nearly one million exchange enrollees incorrect tax forms that could significantly affect their tax returns. Show More Summary

Who Benefits When Bubbles Burst?

Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds Who Benefits When Bubbles Burst? Blowing speculative bubbles cannot possibly lead to organic growth because speculative bubbles fatally undermine the real economy. An astute reader recently...Show More Summary

Labor and employment roundup

8 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Senate Republicans make noises about reining in runaway EEOC [Roger Clegg, Senate minority staff report, Human Resource Executive Online] Yes, minimum wage increases hurt many low-skilled workers [NBER via Charles Hughes] “Women earn...Show More Summary

New Study Finds More Evidence of Poverty Traps in the Welfare System

Charles Hughes A new study from the Illinois Policy Institute analyzes the welfare benefits package available at different levels of earnings in that state. The authors find that low-income workers have limited economic incentive toShow More Summary

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